by Karl Denninger
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says law enforcement has not learned any lessons from 9/11, the Boston Marathon bombing and Fort Hood, and that law enforcement dropped the ball again in the wake of the Orlando gay nightclub shooting.
“We are making the same mistakes… as we did pre-9/11 with the 9/11 attacks. Remember the Phoenix memo where they were alerted to guys taking flight lessons and the administrators of the FBI told them to leave it alone, to go away? We dropped the ball. When I say we – law enforcement. Federal law enforcement after the Boston bombing, those guys were on the radar screen. You go to Fort Hood with Nadal Hassan, same thing; He was on the radar screen. I’m getting tired of hearing how these guys were on the radar screen after they pull an attack,” he told the FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney.